2013 Librarian Back to School Event

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  • 1. 2013 LIBRARIAN “BACK TO SCHOOL” EVENT August 22, 2013 http://www.matsmatsmats.com/home/masterpiece-mat.html
  • 2. Our hashtag: #cpslib Join the back channel! http://talentevolution.com/10-ways-to-brand-your-business-using-twitter
  • 3. Today’s Sessions: An Overview
  • 4. Thanks to Thankstoourweeding &shelvinglibrarians!
  • 5. Still Looking?
  • 6. • Website: http://islma.org
  • 7. Website: http://www.ourctla.org
  • 8. Elementary Battle of the Books • Registration and 2014 title lists available now! http://cpslibraries.wikispaces.com/ElementaryBattleoftheBooks
  • 9. CPL Teen Volume Conference October 22 at Harold Washington Library For Middle and High School Librarians
  • 10. New Library Media Specialists • Join our workshop this afternoon! • Contact Dorsey Chambers (773) 553-6218
  • 11. National Louis University 15% Tuition Discount NOW – For CPS Librarians & Teachers
  • 12. What’s New With Library Databases? • Cengage Learning: World History database • ABC CLIO: American History only • NewsBank: Sun-Times only • NBC Learn: News-related video database
  • 13. NEW to the CPS Virtual Library! Encyclopedia Britannica eBooks! See the flyer! Purchase copies for your school for 50% off.
  • 14. See what’s new! New OPAC Check out today’s sessions
  • 15. Visit our Vendor Fair
  • 16. Lisa’s Top Ten 1. Build your library lessons from the CCSS and the CPS Content Frameworks. Use AASL and other standards as companion standards 2. Teach lessons that relate to subjects being taught in the classroom; do not teach library skills in isolation. 3. Incorporate library, information, and technology skills into content-specific lessons 4. Maintain a library website and showcase student work. 5. Use your website to aggregate electronic pathfinders to support research 6. Be a technology leader in your school! 7. Be a leader in the use of mobile devices to support your students to be CREATORS of content! 8. Curate your school’s digital library; incorporate eBooks and other digital content. 9. Submit monthly reports to the principal and building leadership; keep data on your program 10.Blend print literature and technology to create a library media center that is the hub of your school! http://www.bubblews.com/news/887631- 10-the-magic-number-of-posts
  • 17. Please welcome… Claudinette Swartz Director, CPS Assessment